Teaching, Learning And Assessment

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Mar 1, 2009 - Education - 208 pages
This book deals with formative assessment, that is, assessment designed to inform and enhance learning, rather than simply produce test results and qualifications.
 

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Contents

a model for formative assesment
1
2 Formative assessment needs interesting activity
12
3 Ten things to be clear about in teaching and learning
20
4 How do we work together?
27
5 What do we know about this topic?
43
6 What are wev trying to achive?
52
7 What might be interesting about this?
64
8 How can we know how well we do?
69
16 The projects methodology and research context
147
Reviewing current practice
159
Checklist and observation format
163
Appendix 3 Format for planning smallscale development
167
Appendix 4 Feedback and marking policy
168
Appendix 5 Keeping examples of pupils work and running moderation meeting
171
Appendix 6 Surveying pupils perception using ten key statements
173
Appendix 7 Six lessons observed
176

9 How do we tackle it?
81
10 What can we do when get stuck or go wrong?
87
11 What have achieved?
94
12 How can we improve?
107
13 How can we use what we learn?
115
14 Wholeschool and continuing professional ddevelopment
122
15 Formative versus summative assesment
137
Appendix 8 Building resilience and autonomy
190
Appendix 9 Examples of wholeschool development
195
Bibliography
207
Index
211
Back cover
214
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John Blanchard is an Independent Consultant for Schools, Local Authorities and Higher Education Institutions.

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